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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: Have a JD 410 BACKHOE

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11-24-2012 05:00:19

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The outriggers on a brand new 580m started bleeding off the first time we used it shouldnt have to replace seals on a new tractor. The old 590L was the same way the right out riggers bleed of the most. Far as experiance I have over 10 years on backhoes and trackhoes,constantly digging around existing underground utilities.

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Case backhoe

11-25-2012 00:03:21

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 Re: Have a JD 410 BACKHOE in reply to craigco, 11-24-2012 05:00:19  
Case can't be that bad or nobody would buy them. Maybe just cause they're simpler machines (open center hyd's) they aren't super smooth? I know another guy that's run a lot of hoes and he says the JD's oil gets really hot. He liked the Fords pretty good back in the day. Another thing he didn't like on some newer hoes was the curved glass. He said it distorted your vision. He works for the City public works and is often digging around live electric and gas lines in emergencies. He got 2nd and 3rd place in the backhoe rodeo/olympics, or what ever it was called, back in the 90's. I think it may have been sponsored by Case. Anyway he has a lot hours running hoes.

Stupidest/most dangerous thing he ever saw was a gas company employee hopping in the city's brand new JD and driving right into a gas leak to put something over it or move something out of the way. He said the engine screamed to about 5000 RPM and probably did more damage in that 20 seconds than in 10 years of normal use. He just shook his head in disbelief.

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11-24-2012 06:05:43

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 Re: Have a JD 410 BACKHOE in reply to craigco, 11-24-2012 05:00:19  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeDid you bring it back to the dealer so they could fix it underwarranty? If things are bleeding off there must be oil bypasing some where

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